Dynamic Somato Structural Integration DSSI
Dynamic Somato-Structural Integration DSSI - Joe Rozencwajg
The Ikebana of Manual Medicine - A Neurophysiological and Biological approach to Manual Medicine
Drawing on his vast experience, Dr. Joe Rozencwajg has the rare ability to unite the essence of different fields of manual medicine into a genuinely clear and effective approach. This he calls Dynamic Somato-Structural Integration, in which he draws on the best of methods like Ortho-Bionomy® and visceral manipulation, integrating techniques such as yoga and craniosacral therapy with homeopathy.
He explores mechanical healing using the minute movements originally developed in osteopathy – manipulation with a touch as light as that of a butterfly’s wing. The simplicity and effectiveness of his approach is stunning. Using a series of vivid examples from real-life cases, he demonstrates how he carefully chooses the most suitable approach for each patient’s illness – with awesome results. The complaints range from backache and arthritic complaints through pruritus, gastro-esophageal reflux, Menière’s disease, and asthma to hypertension, diabetes, and kidney failure.
Dr. Joe Rozencwajg gives a clear explanation of how different manual therapies work at an anatomical and neurophysiological level. He shows how this understanding helps us to find the optimum therapeutic approach for each patient’s specific condition.
A book brimful of valuable information, new connections, impressive cases, brilliant ideas, and pioneering treatments. The deep healing achievable with this method holds great promise for anyone working with complementary therapies.
The slow germination of the concept
Ortho-Bionomy ®. The continuation of Still’s original method
Visceral Manipulation aka Liquid Osteopathy (Barral)
The Connective connection: fascia here, fascia there, fascia everywhere
The Diaphragm and breathing pattern as a centrepiece of Somato-Structural
The Diaphragm as a Medical Tool
Tai Chi, Qigong and Yoga as medical disciplines, integral part of DSSI
128 pages, hb
product no. 11538